Morris, Shaw top Seagull Splat 5K finishers

Morris, Shaw top Seagull Splat 5K finishers

PORT ORCHARD — Connor Morris and Maddie Shaw were the top overall male and female finishers of the Seagull Splat 5K Race run along Bay Street in Port Orchard on June 10.

Morris clocked in at 18:13 and Shaw finished in a time of 25:53.

A portion of the event’s proceeds went to the Retsil Veterans Building 9 Transitional Housing program.

The Fathoms O’ Fun event included 57 runners this year, organizer Sharron King said, which is down from last summer.

“Everyone who participated loved being part of it, but our event was in competition with other runs in the area,” King said.

Other divisional results included:

Male

14 and Under

1. Jack Bouthot 24:49; 2. Grady Moon 28:59; 3. Gabriel Mayer 31:58.

15-18

No competitors

19-29

1. Matthew Pearson 23:57.

30-39

1. Stephen Gallant 21:10; 2. Patrick Murray 24:03; 3. Josh Disney 31:58.

40-49

1. Khalmers Johnson 24:52; 2. Samuel Moon 28:59; 3. Mike Shaw (no time listed).

50-59

1. Dan Spencer 20:01; Roger Crandall 24:09.

60-69

1. Roy Osterhaus 25:57; 2. Carl Jensen.

Female

14 and Under

1. Hailey Parker and Megan Theriault (tied) 29:51; 3. Madeline Mayer 32:51.

15-18

No competitors

19-29

1. Danielle Caschetta 41:25; 2. Kayla Martinsen 46:18; 3. Desiree Shirmer 47:35.

30-39

1. Bonnie Cox 27:23; 2. Valorie Reed 30:45; 3. Michele Mayer 32:15.

40-49

1. Ginger Johnson 25:56; 2. Lynn Wall 37:17; 3. Lany Ginzer 37:42.

50-59

1. Tori Edwards 28:53; 2. Paula McAvoy 32:11; 3. Seng Theriault 37:39.

60-69

1. Cathy Wedelstaedt 39:39.

70 and older

Margaret Reagor 52:28.

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